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Medieval and Renaissance Studies:Manuscript Facsimiles in Microformat

Guide to sources for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

Microformat facsimiles

All microfilm is held in Storage, room 200, Hoskins Library.  The hours are M-F, 8-4.  Guides for collections are held in this room as well.  Microfilm and fiche scanner/printers are located in this area as well as staff to provide assistance.   

 

Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile (DA150.A75 1994)
Still in progress.  Black and white images of all surviving Old English manuscripts. Guide to the contents in storage and in the Marco Library.

Trinity College Library, University of Cambridge.  The Mediaeval Manuscript Collection. Section IV. Illuminated manuscripts.  (BR99.5.T7, 125 reels)

Trinity College Library, University of Cambridge. The Mediaeval Manuscript Collection.  Section V. Literature (PN37.T7, 124 reels)

The Medieval Manuscript Library of Pembroke College, University of Cambridge. (Z792.P4M4, 114 reels)

Medieval Literary and Historical Manuscripts in the Cotton Collection, British Library. (DA16.M43 1986a, 57 reels)

British Literary Manuscripts from the British Library.  Series three, Medieval manuscripts to c. 1500. (PR1120.B75).  Finding aid. Catalog entires from library preceding each reel.

Medieval Manuscripts from the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford. (Z113.M43 1990z, 13 reels)

Collection of Mediaeval and Renaissance Manuscripts at Trinity College, Dublin.  Section I. The Roman Inquisition, Mss # 1223-1277. (BX1700.T75 1986, 34 reels).  Finding aid in storage.

Lincoln Cathedral Library, the Mediaeval Manuscripts, Section III, Secular Studies.  (PR2064.L55, 2 reels)

 

 

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